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ICROCOSM 







WOMEN 
OF THE 90'S 




demonstrated concern for our futures by marching in 
Washington and voicing ourselves at rallies back home in 
Boston. 

Our experiences at Simmons have been many and variec 
The friendships we have formed and the fun we have share 
will continue to be valuable sources of growth long after 
Graduation Day has blended into the haze of memories. Th 
classroom experience, the long and agonizing hours in the 
Microcomputer Lab, and the bleary-eyed nights at Beatley 
Library are as much a part of us as are the Sunday 
brunches at Cityside, exploring the hidden corners of the 
MFA, and the many great nights we've had at the 
Rathskellar. 









During these past four years at Simmons, we have 
expanded our knowledge of our world, of one another, and 
of ourselves. We have realized personal and academic 
successes and persevered against obstacles and difficulties 
that both tested and strengthened us in confidence, ability, 
and wisdom. 

Though we have distinguished ourselves academically, our 
strength and diversity has more often been realized in areas 
reaching beyond the academic, from leading and 
participating in various clubs and organizations to organizing 
lectures and performances, as well as sponsoring some long- 
to-be-remembered campus parties. We have also 








As we enter this new area of our lives, whether it begins 
with career, graduate study, or post-college blues, we 
possess, each of us, through her strength and individuality, 
the ability to shape and lead the events of the 1990's. We 
are, in a sense, pioneers at the helm of a new decade. 

Our hopes and accomplishments could potentially 
symbolize that which the '90's will later be remembered for. 
As students during the 1980's, we witnessed and partook in 
a resurgence of awareness and action towards world peace 
and freedom; towards alleviating hunger and homelessness 
both here and abroad; and by taking responsibility to 
preserve our fragile Earth, and many other issues concerning 
the well-being of others of whom we are but a small part. 

Indeed, through the struggles and tensions of the 1980's, 
people have begun finding ways towards balancing the "Me" 
and the "We" aspects of our society. 

We have also seen that it is possible to successfully 
balance family and career and that homemakers are 
sometimes very happy men. 

That we have graduated and entered the next phase of 
our lives at the start of a new decade instantly conjures 
thoughts of bold new beginnings and bright promising 
futures. As Women of the 1990's, many of us will pursue 
ambitions as careerpeople, homemakers, or quite often as 
both. The diversity of our class will no doubt be reflected in 
the range of goals and challenges which we have already 
begun establishing. True, we desire our own personal 
happiness and success, but our actions thusfar have shown 
that we are concerned for that which reaches beyond us as 
well. If we continue in this manner, the 1990's could leave a 
positive mark on history. 

When we reassemble as a class once again, in the year 
2000, the Women of the 1990's will have grown into the 
Women of the 21st Century. To our college memories, we 
shall be able to add both personal and professional growth 
and a decade that marked the continued resurgence of 
concern and action for others. 



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Linda Neiberg 



Since the beginning of time, women 
have proved their capabilities and 
necessity to society. They are and have 
been artists, politicians, scientists, 
professors, homemakers, and so much 
more. Of course, we have mastered 
motherhood and proven that it is possible 
to juggle career and family harmoniously. 
However, it has been and still is hard for 
many women to balance all aspects of 
their lives. The reasons are many and 
varied. But through the trial and error of 
recent decades, women acquired the 
ability to juggle the multi-dimensional 
facets of their lives. With perseverance 
and determination, each person pursues a 
solution right for herself. From there on, 
we will teach future generations what we 
have learned and hope they find the 
strength to follow their goals and enhance 
the world around them. 

Karina Bertsch 



Working 
Women 





Left: a student works on a silkscreen print in the 
Graphics Lab. Right: the Student Business 
Manager hard at work. Above: a student 
employee earns her keep in the bookstore. 









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entertainment in the country. It is the 
home of the Boston Ballet, the Boston 
Symphony Orchestra, and numerous 
bands such as Figures On A Beach, 
The Pixies, Think Tree, Positive, and 
East of Eden. Boston offers something 
for everyone, every day and at every 
hour. You can take in a show at The 
Channel or Citi, or dance to the newest 
beats at Axis or The Hub Club. Favorite 
college hangouts: Who's On First, 
Fathers, Copperfields, and The Cask. 



Don't forget the infamous frat parties, 
our own parties, and bands at 
Quadside. 

There are some more than enough 
galleries and museums to wander 
through, including the Museum of Fine 
Arts, the Institute of Contemporary Art, 
and the Isabella Stewart Gardner 
Museum. There is opera, symphony, 
ballet, jazz, theatre, and everything in 
between. One thing is for sure - - 
there's never a dull moment! Here's 
what some Simmons students would 



call an ideal evening in Boston: 

Elizabeth Cobb: "A night at a dance 
club, then Deli Haus at 2 a.m." 

Karen Bilyard: "Hanging out with 
friends on a Thursday night at 
Quadside." 

Lynne Waring: "Drinks at the Rat, then 
dancing at Axis." 

Karina Bertsch 






Above left: Jah Spirit performs at the 
Holiday In the Caribbean party 
sponsored by the senior class. 
Above: Simmons students and 
guests pay admission fees and 
receive bracelets at the senior class's 
party. Left: A popular hangout of the 
up-and-coming crowd is Division 
Sixteen on Boylston Street, next to 
the ICA. 



The Future Of 

Fitness 



Simmons College has seen the future of 
fitness for its students, faculty, and alumnae. 
It lies in the vast amount of resources 
available at the Sports Center. Some 
highlights of the center are the olympic-size 
swimming pool, racquetball courts, dance 
studio, indoor track, and nautilus equipment. 
It is here that a person can pursue a regular 
schedule of exercise. Not only does one 
leave the Sports Center feeling physically 
invigorated, but there is also a sense of self- 
satisfaction. 

The building of the Sports Center 
symbolizes Simmons' recognition of the 
importance of athletics and physical training. 
With a wide field of sports available to 
women in our world, it is reassuring to know 
that Simmons is now able to prepare women 
to be participants in the dynamic area of 
sports and fitness. 

Karina Bertsch 








Above: the Olympic-size 
pool is one of the 
highlights of the new 
Sports Center. Left: a 
student works out with 
nautilus equipment. 



Head Of The Class 




At Simmons, we have been exposed to ancient civilizations, modern business 
practices, renaissance scholars, and pioneering women in history. Our 
education was enhanced not only in the classrooms and Beatley Library, but 
also in the MFA, the Gardner Museum, the ICA, neighboring schools, theaters, 
churches, temples, and the outdoor cafes which make up the Simmons 
neighborhood. Let us never forget those professors who introduced us to these 
many worlds. We have carried our knowledge with us beyond the campus and 
Graduation Day. The things we have learned here will motivate us to build upon 
our knowledge in our work, further education, and our lives. 



Karina Bertsch 
Linda Neiberg 




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Above left: Professor Gronquist with the 
Simmons Chorale after concert given 
for Parents Weekend. Above: a student 
views one of the many videotapes 
available in the library. Left: a French 
class in progress. 








What Are Friends 

For? 




Think about what life would be like 
without friends: No one to run through 
the snow or rain to Quadside with you 
when you need a late night snack. No 
one to let you in on the strange ways 
of professors and how to get an "A" in 
a class. No one to listen to your 
opinions, complaints, frustrations, 
problems, and accomplishments. No 
one to stick up for you when no one 
else will. Let's face it - - we need 
friends and during our years at 
Simmons we've met people who will be 
our friends for life. We've learned the 
importance of womanhood and our 
kinship with one another. The bonds we 
make here will last longer than we do. 

Simmons is an ideal place to make 
friends and with the birth of a new 
decade, let us not disregard each 
other. We've helped each other get 
where we are today and we'll be here 
tomorrow to help each other and be all 
we can be for ourselves and others. 

Karina Bertsch 



Above: Elizabeth Cobb and 
Beth Chabot. Right: (l-r) Laurie 
Roberge, Julie Most, Cherie 
Miot, Beth Freedman. 



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Top: Kim Piccolo and Joanne Tucker pose 
by MCB mailboxes. Above: The happiness 
of friendship at Simmons. Left: (l-r) Katie 
Dee, Christine Colistra, Apryl Besson, 
Kathleen Tremblay. Above left: friends in 
the rain. 






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Wish You Were 

Here 







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Greetings from Beantown - home of the Red Sox, Faneuil 
Hall Marketplace, and the Boston Pops! There's loads o'fun 
to be had on these cobblestone streets, where the new and 
the old create an intriguing landscape, both in architecture 
and in the faces of the people. There is a strong sense of 
tradition and old world charm here, yet Boston reigns as one 
of the most upbeat and modern cities. Will we ever forget 
the city that is a classroom in itself? Most probably not. 

Karina Bertsch 




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Fens Forever 



Reasons Why We Love The Fens: 

1. Smiling, friendly employees 

2. Accommodating hours 

3. Mouthwatering cuisine 

4. 4-star quality menu 

5. Mystery soup 

6. Vending machines out of order 

7. Better than vending machines 

8. Availability of tables at lunchtime 

9. Strong, sturdy tables and 
comfortable chairs 

10. Clean, smoke-free air 

Microcosm staff 












Above: one of the familiar and friendly faces of the Fens. Left: a student sits 
content with her Fens fare. 



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The Simmons College class of 
1990 consists of energetic and 
anxious women who are 
preparing to accept the 
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and fast-paced society. This 
class distinguishes itself with its 
energetic, optimistic, and 
futuristic concerns for the world 
which they are entering into. 




Carol Anderson 

Communications 



Danielle Becker 

Communications 



Rebecca Avery 

International 
Management/ Human 
Services 




Viviana Andreottola 

Economics/ Political Science 



Dorothy Bell 

Nursing 



Marlys Backman 

Advertising /Communications 



Jill Bennett 

Communications 




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Roberta Benyenuti 

Communications/ Public 
Relations 



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at Simmons. Here are some faces from the event. 



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Nadine Beshere 

Physical Therapy 




Deborah Berowitz 

Human Services 



Apryl Besson 

Economics 




Karina Bertsch 

English 



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Janet Bienkowski 

Finance 



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Anne Brown 

Business Management 



Kathryn Carmichael 

Economics/ Finance 



Ann Bouthilette 

Physical Therapy 



Debbie Bullock 

Advertising/Communications 





Nancy Brayman 

Advertising /Public Relations 




Karin Burgher 

International 

Relations/ Political Science 



Jennifer Brown 

Finance/ Management 



Adrienne Carney 

Math 




Elizabeth Castro 

International 
Business/ French 



Joanne Briana 

Graphic Design 



Kellie Cardone 

English 



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Elizabeth Chabot 

Communications 



Carolyn Christo 

Education 



Lisa Cianciolo 

Retail Management 




Margaret Claunch 

Psychology 



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Elizabeth Cobb 

Graphic Design 




Christine Colistra 

Management/ Finance 




Jill Cook 

Management/ 
Communications 



Paige Churchhill 

Human Services 



Laura Cochrane 

Finance/ Economics 




Courtney Clay 

Communications/ Public 
Relations 



Roberta Cook 

Retail 

Management /Accounting 



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Michelle Cooper 

Advertising 



Yolanda Creeden 

Communications 



Stephanie Cunningham 

Psychology 



Caroline Cunningham 

Communications 




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Laurie Daigneault 

Math /Education 





Dionne Davis 

Finance 




Name: Shamikah Rashid 

Home: Boston, MA 

Things you do for fun: Party 

Activities at Simmons: Commuter Organization 

Black Student Organization 

Financial Aid Advisory Board 

Retention Committee 
Work /Internship: Commuter Student Advisor 

Resident Advisor 

Office Assistant for SIS 

Student Teacher 
Future Goals: To educate as many people as I can 
Person you admire and why: I admire my mother 

because she is a strong woman who instills pride, 

love, and the value of education into her family. 
Something positive about 
your Simmons experience: My Simmons experience was 

nothing but positive. I've met many wonderful people 

who have helped me learn and grow. 
Anything you'd like to add: I'd like to thank those many 

people who have made my Simmons experience so 

positive, especially Dean Rawlins. 




Sarah Davis 

Retail Management 




Brenda Daoust 

Physical Therapy 



Marri Day 

Communications 



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Kathleen Dee 

Retail Management 



Judith Descovich 

Physical Therapy 



Kristin Donovan 

Communications/ Sociology 




Elizabeth Dunleavy 

Psychology 



Angela Deni 

Finance 



Eileen Donohue 

Physical Therapy 



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Dawn Edwards 

Education 



Beth Eisenberg 

Philosophy / Psychology 



Ellen Feen 

Political 

Science/ International 

Relations 



Theresa Finta 

Nursing 



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Pamela Fisher 

International 
Relations/ Economics 





Amy Fontanella 

Communications 



Name: Linda Neiberg 

Home: Boston, MA 

Things you do for fun: Films at the MFA, dining out, 

gathering with friends at local clubs and bars 
Activities at Simmons: Microcosm Staff 
Work/Internship: Proofread and edit film proposals for 

Joel Biddle Productions; Senior Thesis on 

Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov 
Future Goals: Masters/ PhD in English Literature or 

Performing Arts Administration 
Person you admire and why: One of the many people I 

admire is Cher, because she has never comprised her 

individuality for the sake of public approval. She is 

also a single working mother. 
Something positive about 
your Simmons experience: It has strengthened me as a 

woman of independent thinking and has encouraged 

me to think seriously about a teaching career. I have 

also made some really wonderful friends. 



Heather Forbes 

Communications 




Sherry Font 

Education/African American 
Studies 



Tanya Fraioli 

Management 



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Caryn Francese 

French 




Kristin Francis 

Psychology 




Name: Lynne Waring 

Home: Swansea, MA 

Things you do for fun: Likes Boston bands like O- 

Positive, dancing, hanging out with friends at the Rat, 

people watching, writing 
Activities at Simmons: Sidelines Editor 

Microcosm staff 
Work/Internship: Bell desk receptionist 

Design intern at Boston magazine 
Future Goals: A job in a magazine's design department 
Person you admire and why: My parents, because they 

instilled in me a sense of honesty, independence, 

how to carry myself, and the ability to develop my 

confidence. 
Something positive about 
your Simmons experience: The extracurricular activities 

allow people to take on challenges and experience 

leadership positions. 



Tula Giogas 

Nursing 




Sandra Frisiello 

Physical Therapy 




Laura Girardin 

English 



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Kathryn Haley 

Education 



Lori Hidek 

Chemistry 



Brenda Grant 

Communications/ French 



Ann Hanlon 

Communications/ English 



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I NBA Superstar 
Kareem Abdul- 
Jabbar hooks one of 
the last shots in his 
professional career 
after 20 years, six 
championships and 
38,387 points, the most 
in pro history. 

2 Tour de France 
winner Greg 
LeMond embraced his 
magic bicycle on the 
cover of "Sports 
Illustrated" after being 
named Sportsman of 
the Year. 

3 California Interstate 
880 pitched and 
heaved Oct. 1 7 when 
the quake hit. 
Registering 7.1 on the 
Richter scale, it 
claimed 67 lives and 
caused $6.5 billion in 
property damages. 
^Voyager II captured 
^j a false-color image 
of Neptune on its way 
to an endless journey 
into interstellar space. 

5 A maniacal grin lit 
the face of the 
Joker (Jack Nicholson) 
in Warner Bros.' action- 
adventure film 
"Batman." 
^The People's 
^) Liberation Army 
crushed a human 
barricade to regain 
control of Tiananmen 
Square, the site of a 
month-long pro- 
democracy protest by 
one-million Chinese 
students and workers. 





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Take-out food, parties & nightclubs, 
pouring over books, putzing around 
town, studying abroad . . . our lives at 
Simmons were made up of lighthearted, 
exciting, hysterical, adventuresome, 
questing, contemplative, nerve- 
wracking, wonderful, . . . unforgettable 
times and experiences. We have 
brought these images away with us, 
adding them to the composite of our 
lives. 

Linda Neiberg 







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a Barbie hit the Big 
3-0 in 1989. The 
eternal teen has come 
a long way since her 
introduction and now 
enjoys a trendier look 
and richer sales. 

• A weary President 
Bush announced 
U.S. troops had 
invaded Panama Dec. 
20 on a mission to 
capture General 
Manuel Noriega on 
drug charges. 

9 Fireworks sizzled in 
the Paris sky, 
illuminating the Arch of 
Triumph during the 
200th anniversary of 
the French Revolution. 
East met West 
1 for the first time 
in 28 years following 
the destruction of the 
Berlin Wall. Berlin 
youth danced near 
Checkpoint Charlie in 
celebration. 

In New Kids on the 
| Block took the 
pop music scene by 
storm with their No. 1 
hit single, "I'll Be Loving 
You (Forever)." Group 
members are Jon 
Knight, Danny Wood, 
Joe Mclntyre, Donnie 
Wahlberg and Jordan 
Knight. 

m m It's not a secret 
WA anymore. The 
radar-eluding B-2 
stealth bomber was 
displayed for the first 
time in Palmdale, 
California. 





I Anti-communist 
protests flourished 
in the Eastern Bloc 
including Bulgaria 
where 50,000 people 
demanded the arrest of 
former Communist 
party chief Todor 
Zhivkov. 

2 Hoisting their World 
Series trophy is 
outfielder Rickey 
Henderson, reliever 
Dennis Eckersly, Series 
MVP Dave Stewart and 
third baseman Carney 
Lansford. 

3 Actor-comedian 
Arsenio Hall made 
his debut as a late- 
night talk show host on 
"The Arsenio Hall 
Show." Robert DeNiro, 
left, was among Hall's 
celebrity guests. 
^Tm not finished 
^ yet, "said Mick 
Jagger when the 
Rolling Stones 
embarked on a 36-city 
$70-million tour, the 
band's first in 10 years. 

5 Paula Abdul, a 
former Los Angeles 
Lakers cheerleader, 
sang and danced her 
way to four MTV 
awards for her hit 
single "Straight Up." 
M^ Auto designer Mark 
^P Jordan unveiled a 
new classic, the Mazda 
Miata, which became 
one of the hottest- 
selling sports cars in 
the U.S. 



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a Cincinnati Reds 
manager Pete Rose 
was thrown out of the 
game for the last time 
after evidence revealed 
he placed bets on his 
own team. 

• Televangelist Jim 
Bakker waves 
goodbye for 45 years 
after being found guilty 
of 24 counts of fraud 
and conspiracy. 

9 Douglas Wilder 
flashes the victory 
sign after capturing the 
Virginia governorship 
and becoming the first 
elected black governor 
in U.S. history. 

Soviet President 
Mikhail 
Gorbachev promised 
Pope John Paul II the 
USSR had changed its 
attitude on religious 
freedoms during the 
first-ever meeting 
between a Kremlin 
chief and a pontiff. 

H Eleven-million 
gallons of crude 
oil swirled on the 
surface of Alaska's 
Prince William Sound 
after the tanker Exxon 
Valdez ran aground, 
creating the worst oil 
spill in U.S. history. 

n Hurricane Hugo 
ravaged the 
South Carolina coast in 
September, leaving $3 
billion in property 
damages in its wake. 





Martha Hiebel 

Human Services 



Heidi Holmstedt 

Math 




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Anne Marie Higgins 

Physical Therapy 




Kimberly Hubbard 

Psychology 



Leah Hines 

Public Relations 



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Katherine Kahn 

Political Science 



Joy Kaplan 

Education 




Beth Kaplan 

Biology 



Betsy Katcher 

Retail Management 




Kristine Kaufmann 

Education 



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Kathleen Kennedy 

English /Communications 



Susan Keddy 

Communications 



Ann Kennedy 

Nursing/Spanish 




This smiling face is always a pleasure to see upon entering the MCB. Her dishes of candy count themselves among the 
staples of many Simmons students. 



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Hillary Kerr 

International 
Business/ Economics 




Name: Roberta Benvenuti 

Home: Florence, Italy 

Things you do for fun: Dance clubs, bars, movies, 

shopping, swimming, photography 
Activities at Simmons: International Student Association 
Future Goals: A great job in Public Relations in Paris 
Person you admire and why: Napoleon, because he 

conquered the world in a small amount of time. He 

was smart and had goals. 
Something positive about 
your Simmons experience: I have the opportunity to 

succeed as a woman. I have been pushed - there is 

nothing like this at home. 



Deirdre Kleinschmidt 

Nursing 



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Julie Kim 

Retail Management 



Stephanie Knowles 

Education 



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Lyn Kuffel 

Spanish 



Leslie Kobrin 

Retail Management/Art 




Jennifer Lahue 

Political Science/English 



Alicja Kolodnicki 

International Business 




Cynthia Lamoureux 

Education/ Biology 



Marcia Lang 

Psychology / Philosophy 



Maria Lauria 

English 




Lori Lavargna 

Retail 

Management/ Economics 




Sarah Lawler 

Art Administration/ 
Communications 



Robin Kramer 

Retail Management 



Christa Larson 

Art Administration 



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Giselle LeBlanc 

Biology/ Education 



Elizabeth Lemery 

International 
Business/ French 



Elissa Levine 

Physical 

Therapy / Management 



Andrea Lukosius 

Finance/ Management 



Sandra Lindstrand 

Spanish/English 




Lori Maclnnes 

Advertising / Management 




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Margaret MacNeil 

Education 




Melina Magee 

Nutrition 




Kelly Louden 

Education 



Kimberly Majkut 

Psychology 



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Anna Man 

Computer Science/ Math 




Michelle Marken 

Education 




Father Daughter Weekend was a tremendous success and 
tons of fun this past year. Here are a few shots from the 
reception held in the Fens. 




Bridget Martin 

Spanish 




Elizabeth Marson 



Hilary Martin 

Advertising 



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Above: A couple boogies to the beat at the Valentine Ball 
Below: The Sirens perform at a Recovery Brunch the 
morning after the Valentine Ball. 



Kathleen McGrath 



Jodi Marvosa 

Human Services/Sociology 





Kathleen McKeon 

Political Science/ Economics 



Lynne Mazadoorian 

English 



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Amy McMenamy 

Education 



Maralee Meskinis 

Management 



Cherie Miot 

Economics/ French 



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Lenora Mitchell 

Management 





Kara Murphy 

Economics 



Carole Morin 

Education 




Alys Nawawi 

Physical Therapy 




Julie Most 

Art Administration/Graphic 
Design 



Linda Neiberg 

English 



Patricia Ness 

Economics 





Allyson Nickowitz 

Advertising/Public Relations 




Julie Neubauer 

Women 
Studies/Communications 



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Nicola O'Connell 

Communications/ English 



Michele O'Toole 

French 




Lara Piken 

Retail Management 



Audra Plunkett 

Physical Therapy 



Kim Piccolo 

Accounting 



Cynthia Platais 

Communications 




Carolyn Price and Colleen Keegan flash no more than they'd dare druing Mother Daughter Weekend. 



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Mary Plunkett 

Retail 

Management/ Economics 





The Simmons Chorale sang Vivaldi's "Gloria" for Simmons students and their parents 
during Parents Weekend. Right: one of the musicians who accompanied the chorale. 



Beth Ponsettto 

Graphic Design/Art 





Laura Pressey 

Retail Management 



Christine Puis 

Economics 



Charmene Prescott 

Psychology 



Carolyn Price 

Management 



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Rebecca Redlon 

English 



Elizabeth Sampson 

Physical Therapy 



Aimee Radel 

Sociology 




Shamikhah Rashid 

Education 



Melissa Ratner 

Physical Therapy 



Evangeline Sanson 

Sociology/ Political Science 




Tracey Rylander 

Management/ Finance 



Hanna Ruszczyk 

Management/ Psychology 




Debra Sansone 

Retail Management 



Debra Saltz 

English/Communications 



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Amy Satterthwaite 

Management 



Alexina Shackleford 

Finance/ Economics 



Sylvia Shumanow 

Management 



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Madeline Singer 

Management 




The bookstore staff helped the Simmons community 
celebrate Halloween by dressing up in costumes and offering 
free cider and candy in the store. 



Jana Spohler 

Education 




Lee Sokolov 

Education/English 



Barbara Standley 

Biology 



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Linda Steele 

International 

Relations/ Political Science 



A familiar place to many Simmons students is the computer 
room in the Communications Department. 




Rebecca Sfernthal 

English /Communications 



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Heidi Stoerr 

Retail Management 




Monika Sturm 

Nursing 




Gretchen Suchodolski 

Finance/ Economics 



Kimberly Stieglitz 



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Kathleen Sullivan 

Physical Therapy 



Karen Suwaizdis 

Psychology 




Christina Termine 

Management 



Joanne Tucker 

History 




Janna Theophile 

International 
Business/ Economics 



Christine Thompson 

International Relations 



Rebecca Thompson 

Physical Therapy 





Jenifer Tyrrell 

Retail 

Management/ Economics 



Allyson Sweeney 

Education 



Wendy Tripp 

Graphic Design/Advertising 



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Aida Urra 

Political Science 




Karin Ventura 

Finance 



Dorothea Voulgaris 

Math /Education 



Lynne Waring 

Communications/ English 



Deborah Waugh 

Physical Therapy 




Leslie Wilker 

Physical Therapy 




Barbara Wilson 




Michel Wijnands 

Political Science 



Melissa Weil 

Accounting 



Susan Winter 

Public Relations 



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Katherine Wollensak 

Art Administration 




Jennifer Woolwich 

Sociology 



Jamie Yalla 

Nursing 



Elisabeth Yarber 

Retail Management 





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Carol Yates 

Retail Management 



The Career Resource Center serves as an information center for many Simmons students' 
job searches. 



Shushs Yoshinaga 

Graphic Design 




Susanna Young 

Management 



Deana Zizza 

Physical Therapy 



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SAY CHEESE! 




Clockwise from above: Kim Piccolo, Elizabeth Cobb, and Elizabeth Chabot show off their 
pearly whites. A Parking Violation ticket about to meet its death. Valerie Harding at the 
library's circulation counter. Elena Falcone working at it in the library. 




There weren't enough 
pages to show all the senior 
events and faces, so we're 
sneaking some in here. Here 
are scenes from the 
Senior/ Faculty Banquet, 
Recognition Ceremony, and 
around the MCB. 




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Jennifer Adier 
Sociology 

Ann Marie Alibrandi 

Lisamarie Arieti 
Economics/ Political Science 

Nancy Armstrong 
Management 

Dana Askelson 
Finance 

Nancy Bagley 
Economics 

Heather Bell 
Nutrition 

Denise Berlane 
Economics/ Finance 

Robin Blakelock 
Finance/ Economics 

Esther Bradbury 

Allison Bradley 
Retail Management 

Sara Brooks 
Education 

Joann Brown 
American Studies 

Susan Brown 

Linda Burgos 
Retail Management 



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Maura Casey 

Eliza Cipolloni 
Education 

Andrea Cirie 
Communications 

Genevieve Clarke 
Physical Therapy 

Christina Collins 
Nutrition 

Carolyn Coz 

Norma Cronin 
English 

Jennifer Curtis 
Political Science 

Ingrid Daniel 
Advertising 

Laura Dempsey 
Education 

Jeannine DiGiacomo 
Retail Management 

Catherine Doncaster 

Ellen Donoghue 
Management 

Lois Duke 
English /French 

Lark Dunham 
Economics/Art 



Samantha Home 
History 

Cecilia Ibeabuchi 
Nursing 

Afshan Jafri 
Computer Science 

Kathryn James 
English/ Psychology 

Rebecca Kellogg 

International Relations/ Management 

Sandra Kenis 

Sociology/ International Relations 

Lara Kirsch 

International Relations/ Economics 

Lisa Krasner 
Psychology 

Lisa Lewis 

Marguerite Lund 

Beverly Lynch 
Nutrition 

Andrea Maletta 
Women Studies 

Elizabeth Manning 
Communications/ Public Relations 

Natalie McLean 
Advertising 

Evelyn McGowan 
Management /Finance 



Deirdre Metcalf 
Art Administration 

Lauri Murphy 
English 

Gentra Naff 
Art/Sociology 

Sibyl Nedelka 
Retail Management 

Kimberly Sottak 
Accounting / Economics 

Barbara Standley 
Biology 

Michele Stein 
Management 

Masako Takahashi 
Philosophy 

Nicole Thibeault 
Education 

Amani Thomas-Yusuf 
Biology 

Lisa Thompson 
International Relations 

Yoeun Thong 
Finance 

Julie Trela 

Advertising / Management 

Kathleen Tremblay 
Finance/English 

Melissa Vultaggio 
English/ History 

Susan Wilfinger 
Accounting 



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The faculty and administration 
of Simmons College is comprised 
of a dedicated group of women 
and men committed to 
encouraging the thinking 
process, the development of 
ideas, and fostering students' 
individual growth and learning 
both in and out of the 



classroom. The faculty assists 
the students with the 
development of new ideas to suit 
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Richard Sterne 

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Weekend reception, '89 




Art and Music: Bob Gronquist, Alicia 

Faxon, Robert Oppenheimer, Ellen 

Robidoux, Tom Wallace 

Above: A student works in the graphics 

lab 



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Above: Bob White in a meeting with his teaching assistants 

Communications: Anita Harris, Angelynn Grant, Reggie Jackson, Deborah Smiley, Nancy Carroll, Linda Beltz, Jim 

Corcoran 




Education: (bottom l-r) Janie Ward, Kathleen Dunn, Lydia Smith, Susan Bloom, Sarah 
Nieves-Squires (top l-r) Helen Guttentag, Alice Van Deusen, Bard Hamlen, Elizabeth Fleming, 
Cathie Mercier 



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English: (back row) 
Charles L'Homme, Doug 
Perry, Lowry Pei, David 
Gulette, William Manly 
(front row) Donna 
Hollenberg, Pamela 
Bromberg, Richard Sterne, 
Desmond McCarthy 



History: (clockwise from top 
left) Henry Halko, Richard 
Lyman, John Hunter, Tina 
Morrie, Laurie Crumpacker, 
Mark Solomon 




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Nutrition: Agnes Huber, Marion Mason, Margery Gann 



Philosophy: Diane 
Raymond, Glen Hughes 




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Psychology: Diane 
Coulopoulos, Peter Castle, 
Donald Thomas, Lillian 
Grayson 



Women's Studies: Tina 
Morrie, Laurie Crumpacker, 
Maryjane Tracy, Diane 
Raymond, Beth Gersh-Nesic, 
Pamela Bromberg 




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FACULTY NOT PICTURED 

Afro-American Studies: Mark Solomon, Reggie Jackson, Dean Elizabeth Rawlins, Judith Rollins, Elaine 
Hagopian, Floyd Barber 

Biology: Karen Talentino, Richard Nickerson, Louis Irwin 

Chemistry: James Piper, Leonard Soltzberg, Emel Yakali, Jerry Bell 

Economics: Thomas Kuh, Donald Basch, Harriet Tolpin, Barbara Sawtelle, Jane Sjogren 

Foreign Languages: Mary Jane Tracy, Mary-Ann Stadtler-Chester, Helen Mamikonian, Debbie Fraioli, Marie 
McHugh, Jenifer Burckett-Picker, Roberto Gonzalez-Casanovas 

International Relations: Raquel Pfaff, John Hunter, Deborah Miner, Carol Biewener, Elaine Hagopian 

Mathematics: Michael Brown, Margaret Menzin, Michael Schmidt, Robert Goldman, Donna Beers, David 
Browder 

Nursing: Eileen McNeeley, Gloria Antall, Jeanne Berk, Penny Glynn, Pat Edwards, Ann Kittler, Susan Quinn, 
Margaret Jemigan, Carol Frazier, Lois Schoppe, Pat Piessens 

Physical Therapy: Lynn Foord, Deborah Heller, Lynne Wiesel, M. Lymm Palmer, Linda Smith, Diane Jette, 
Shelley Goodgold-Edwards, Janice Toms 

Physics: Brian Bowby, Denise Gabuzda, Edward Prenowitz, Constantine Dokas 

Political Science: Nancy Gilson, Deborah Miner, Kirk Beattie 

Prince Program: Judith O'Brien, Milton Shuch, Gail Christine 

Sociology: Stephen London, Judith Rollins, Ronnie Elwell, Elaine Hagopian 



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In 1990, Mills College announced it's 
decision to become a coeducational 
institution. This decision caused much 
controversy all over the country, and 
Simmons was not excluded. Students 
took part in a rally at the MCB on May 
8th. President Holmes issued a letter 
assuring the community that "Simmons 
has no present plans to go coed." 



SIMMONS COLLEGE 

300 THE FENWAY 
BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02 I I5-5898 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



MEMORANDUM 



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TO: 

FRCM: 

DATE: May 8, 1990 



We have all heard the unfortunate news that Mills College has decided 
to admit men into its undergraduate programs and it is natural to 
wonder what effect this will have on our Simmons. The timing is 
particularly difficult; because we are at the end of the academic 
year our community will be dispersing, and the process of discussion 
which would normally take place will be impossible. 

Therefore, it seems important to assure you that Simmons has no 
present plans to go coed. The issue of single-sex education has been 
discussed regularly with the Corporation and they and I are strongly 
committed to Simmons as a single-sex college. Recently the Executive 
Board of the Alumnae Association has sent a statement to the 
Corporation in support of Simmons remaining a single-sex institution. 

Questions of process have also been raised by the actions taken both 
at Mills and Wheaton. A natural anxiety is that when you return in 
September you will be told that a decision to go coed has been 
reached. That will not happen. Further, any future discussion of 
this issue which might lead to such a decision will include all 
constituencies of the College, especially students and alumnae. 

Remaining a single-sex college will not be a passive endeavor. It 
will require work and sacrifice on the part of all of us, both to 
encourage capable young women to attend Simmons and to retain them 
once they are here. But keeping Simmons single-sex is an important 
cause and one that I know you will be willing to work for. 



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Left: Deb, Terri, and Chris from Student Activities. 



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Public Information: Peggy Loeb, Sarah Lualdi, 
Beth Stevenson, Nancy Santos 





Left: The Library staff. Below: Artemis Kirk 



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MICROCOSM '90 



Editor-in-Chief: Karina Bertsch 



Staffmembers: Linda Neiberg 



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Maria Lauria 



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This year's yearbook staff has got a lot to boast about. 
With a staff of six consistent members, we managed to 
overcome obstacles and produce a worthwhile yearbook. 

While every other student was enjoying an event, the 
yearbook staff member had to concern herself with getting 
the right kind of photo or with getting the name of everyone 
in a photo. No one knows of or sees the hours of work put 
into this book. Long after everyone had left for the summer 
and started something new, most of us on the staff were still 
at work. Not to say we aren't proud of it. Each of us would 
gladly do it again, especially knowing what we know now! 

We hope you enjoy this year's yearbook and recognize all 
the efforts and time put lovingly into this masterpiece by a 
few of your schoolmates. 



Linda Neiberg 




Above: The city where it all happened. 



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The underclasswomen at Sim- and socially active as well as being 

mons College are from a variety of dedicated and responsible citizens 

different backgrounds. These of the Simmons community and 

young women are academically beyond. 



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Right: At this year's Recognition 
Ceremony, Michelle Marszalel received 
this year's Outstanding Senior Award, 
Alexis Voulgaris was awarded the 
Outstanding Junior Award, Lisa 
Woolfork received Outstanding 
Sophomore Award, and Marci Baer was 
this year's Outstanding Freshwoman. 
Below: A picture from the Recognition 
Ceremony. Below, right: Microcosm 
Sports Editor and Microcosm '91 
Editor-in-chief, Vanessa van Aalst at 
right with a friend. 




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In Memory 
of 

9^ina Me?(a Pansu^ 




9Hna my child, my daughter, my Cove, my friend. 
My heart is heavy and I faww not where to turn. 
I know you are with him in heaven this very day. 
you brought us so much happiness and joy in the 
short time the dear Lord allowed you to be with us. 

In daily life, with adits problems and distractions 
we fail to egress our love and friendship as often or 
as warmly as we should. Jesus said to his disciples, 
'Love one another as I have loved you.' 

Jesus spoke to each of us. Love one another ■ but we 
must express that love, and of tent 

We thinly we have time, but we may not. 
Let O^nds passing be a reminder to all of us here present 
that love not expressed is like rain that falls but does not 
moisten for growth. 

I cannot say goodbye, my child, 

because you will be with us always, 

in our hearts and in our minds. 

Tlease askjtim to give us the strength to carry on. 

Time will lessen the pain, but never the love and memories. 

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LookJTo This "Day 



Look_to this day, far it is lift. 

The very life oftift in its brief course 

Lit all the realities and verities ofcTQStencc 

The Bliss of growth, 
The splendor of action 
The glory of Tower- 

for yesterday is but a dream, 
And tomorrow is only a vision. 

'But today well lived, 
'Makes every yesterday 
A dream of happiness, 
And every tomorrow a vision of hope 
LookjWell, therefore, to this day. 




Nina Pansuk was a member of the Class of 1990 





Sports are an important aspect 
of life at any school and at Sim- 
mons, the class of 1990 will recall 
sports at their school with a smile. 
It was during the last year that the 
long-awaited Sports Center offi- 
cially opened its doors to the stu- 
dents, faculty, and alumnae of 
Simmons College. The Sports 
Center brought modern equipment 
and facilities to Simmons, includ- 
ing a breathtaking Olympic-size 



swimming pool, dance studio, and 
racquetball courts. It has intro- 
duced new sporting events to Sim- 
mons such as competitive swim- 
ming. The arrival of the Sports 
Center allows Simmons to be tak- 
en seriously in its commitment to 
health and fitness. This also as- 
sumes a new role for Simmons; 
one that is competitive and ready 
to face the challenges of the 90s. 







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SWIM TEAM MEETS AND SCORES 

NOVEMBER 18TH, 1989 
SIMMONS 126 
BENTLEY 99 



DECEMBER 4TH, 
SIMMONS 139 
PLYMOUTH 135 



1989 



DECEMBER 7TH, 1989 
SIMMONS 143 
WESTFIELD 154 

DECEMBER 9TH, 1989 
SIMMONS 135 
BABSON 105 



FEBRUARY 1ST, 1990 
SIMMONS 136 
WPI 153 



FEBRUARY 3RD, 
SIMMONS 105 
REGIS 145 



1990 



FEBRUARY 10TH, 1990 
SIMMONS vs ALBUTUS MAGNUS 
FORFEIT WINNERS 

FEBRUARY 17TH, 1990 
SIMMONS 149 
CLARK 109 





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We are very excited about the first season of the 
Simmons College Swim Team. 

Our team includes a broad range of experience in 
swimming and diving events. We have some women 
aiming to qualify for New England Championships, 
while those new to the sport are developing their 
techniques for their first competition. A strong turn- 
out in numbers is a definite plus for us this year. I'm 
sure all of the hard work and training will pay off for 
these athletes. 

Ann McDermott 




The volleyball team had a great 
season. The team was led by coach 
Glen Moen and co-captains Valerie 
Harding and Tracy Dollinger. We 
started the season with timid faces, 
losing the first three matches. But our 
confidence strengthened as we took the 
next six out of seven matches. 

The team consisted of six returning 
players, and eight new players, six of 
them being freshmen, so diverse in 
background and technique. With so 
many new faces, we as a team had to 
learn to work together. Each individual 
played well, but as time passed, a well 
organized team was put together; one 
with strong bonding and strong 
support. 

The entire team spent two to three 
hours practicing, six days a week, 
made up of women from every part of 
the country and from every dormitory 
on campus. The team had a handful of 
diverse new talents, and although the 
team had never played together, the 
rebuilding year turned out on top, 
ending the season sixteen and eleven. 

This season was full of great times 
and good fun. But there was nothing 
better the new addition to this year's 
volleyball team; the Sports Center. As 
any upperclasswomen knows, it was 
wonderful to have our own gym. The 
addition of the Sports Center allowed 
Simmons volleyball to host the MAIAW 
Tournament. This year's achievement of 
the volleyball team was outstanding and 
leads to high hopes for future seasons. 

Zoe Neves and Sarah Copeland 



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The 1989 Simmons Tennis Team 
experienced a season full of victories 
and defeats. The highlight of the year 
was the Newport Hall of Fame Doubles 
Championship at Newport, R.I., where 
the team placed fourth. This young and 
talented team shows great promise for 
the future. The players are senior 
Jennifer Brown, sophomores Nicole 
Sebes, Shannon Murphy, Natalie Baser, 
Stacie McDonald, Stacy Sittard, and 
freshwomen Lisa Baillergeon, Peggy 
McQuinn, Jill Orman, Georgette Sturam, 
Elanit Edny, and Marisol Torres. Head 
Coach is Karen Naylor and Assistant 
Coach Gail Parks. 



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This year's cross-country team had the most successful season ever in sports 
history at Simmons. Under the direction of coach Eleonora Mendonca, the team 
placed well in several meets, winning the Wellesley Invitational and becoming the 
1989 State Champions by placing first at the MAI AW meet. The team competed 
at such distinguished races as the ECAC Championship at Colby College and the 
NCAA Div. Ill Regional Meet at SMU College. On an individual level, junior Dena 
Novak qualified for the NCAA National Championship in Rock Island, Illinois and 
placed 23rd there, making the All-American team. 



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Back to front (l-r): Kristen Myers, Eleonora Mendonca, Katy Screston, Melissa Elder, Lisa Kuta, Lauren Schlapack, Dena Novak, Kris Myers, Barbie 
Greenwell, Fadia Azzi, Deirdre Kleinschmidt 




Proud coach Eleonora Mendonca with Dena Novak en route to the National Championships in Rock 
Island, Illinois 



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Simmon's Novice Crew started the year off 
strong, with three eights. Working our way into 
winter training we narrowed the team down to 
only two. We were grateful to the new rowing 
tanks in the sports center. They enabled us to 
continue rowing during the winter months, and 
thus enter our spring season strong. Half way 
through the season our team was faced with the 
challenge of a new coach. We had to work 
harder than ever to meet her high expectations. 
When we entered our spring season we had two 
powerful shells ready to challenge any other crew. 
We won most of our races, losing only to the 
experienced novices such as Harvard and 
Wesleyan. The most important thing the team 
learned throughout the year was the significance 
of trust. Without it not only would we have done 
poorly, but we would have never established the 
bonding as a team, which is vital for a crew. 




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Back to front, l-r: Amy Fidelli, Cassey Dutchess, Jen Riddell, Susan Eshenfelder, Christine Burnham, Denise Robinson, 
Karen Gordon, Michelle Getchell, Karenn Theirian, Jen Ziepniewski, Jen Welden, Kim Krutchfield, Amy Lefebrie, Liz 
O'Hearn, Vanessa Van Aalst, Pam Ceccarelli, Linda Muri, Page Orloff, Kim Dwyer, Tracy Miklasiewicz, Betsy Johnston, 
Kerri Woods 




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With the completion of the new 
Simmons College Sports Center the 
Varsity Basketball Team has a place to 
call home! Since the program's 
beginning the team has had to beg, 
borrow, and steal any court time for 
games and practice at local nearby 
facilities. Getting enough or practical 
times for practice was always a 
problem. Now we have a true home 
court, a locker room to hang our shoes, 
and the support of the college 
community. 

The basketball program is a 
developing and growing one. In 1988 a 
full-time coach was added to the 
athletic department staff. This provided 
continuity in coaching and a new level 
of commitment. The past two years has 
brought new, more experienced, 
athletes to the program. The make-up 
of the team is young players. The 
roster includes sophomores and 
freshwomen with only one returning 
athlete who is a junior. 

The team competes throughout New 
England. The season begins each year 
just before Thanksgiving, with a tip-off 
tournament, and continues until the end 
of February. Since the winter months 
are our competitive season the athletes 
return early from semester break in 
order to practice and compete. 
Traditional rivals have been M.I.T., 
Wellesley College, Wheaton College, 
Brandeis University, Babson College, 
and Vassar College. 

Each year the program has 
progressed and the primary goal is to 
continue. The level of commitment, 
athletic ability, and play of the athletes 
have reached a higher level than ever 
before and is exciting to watch. 








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Allison Tidd, Rebecca Clark, Nicole Johnson, April Prohaska, Kelly Hartnett, Beth Ma'rgolis, Elaine 
Munson, Jennifer Saxton, Sarah Harney, Ann O'Doy (Assistant Coach). 



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At Simmons, there exists a 
wide variety of clubs and 
liaisons. They cover a range of 
interests and activities, such as 
the Math Liaison, Commuter 
Organization, Newstaff, 
Yearbookstaff, Black Student 
Organization, Feminists Union, 
Asian Students Association, and 
International Students 



Association. Through interaction 
with fellow students and 
members of the faculty, a 
Simmons student has an 
opportunity to grow and learn 
about something of special 
interest to her. She can partake 
in events such as bake sales and 
field trips. There is something for 
everyone here at Simmons. 





Pictured APB members: Michelle Marszalek, Stephanie Cunningham, Carolyn Baril, Kara 
Pernice, Sheryl Mason, Carolyn Ifile, Stacy Sittard, and their adviser, Deb from Student 
Activities. Missing from photo: Danielle Marino, Susanna Young, Kate Scott, Alan Sorroco, 
Kathy Larson, Elizabeth Howe, and Heather Cabot. 



ART AND MUSIC LIAISON 



The Art and Music Liaison holds meetings regularly and is active in 
sponsoring trips in and around Boston. The liaison also sponsors 
programs with the Chorale and other liaisons within Simmons. They 
hold concerts and different types of art shows throughout the semester 
which always appeal to the Simmons community at large. The liaison 
also sponsors fundraising events such as vendors and bake sales. 

Maria Lauria 



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BIOLOGY LIAISON 



The Biology Liaison functions closely between students and faculty. 
Programs and lectures are sponsored on topics concerning biology and 
other related topics, such as chemistry and psychology. Career nights 
are also sponsored and provide helpful opportunities for students. 

Maria Lauria 



CHEMISTRY LIAISON 



The Chemistry Liaison provides events such as career nights, speakers, 
and conceptual ideas pertaining to chemistry. These programs are often 
sponsored with other liaisons as well, such as Biology and Math. 
Fundraising is a key component of these programs. The liaison's bake 
sales are always a strong success. 

Maria Lauria 



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CHORALE 



The Simmons Chorale consists of 25-30 students, both 
undergraduate and graduate. This year, they participated in many small 
concerts including a performance of Vivaldi's "Gloria," Christmas carols 
at the lighting of the Prudential Christmas tree, and the Simmons 
Holiday Party. The Chorale interacted with other schools and even had 
some fun in England. 



COMMUNICATIONS LIAISON 



The Communications Liaison acts as a link between students and 
faculty in order to keep the lines of communications open between the 
two. It is a chance for students to express their desires in terms of 
changes for the department, course selection, or any other matter they 
wish to discuss. 

One of the formal responsibilities for the liaison is to read and 
summarize course evaluations each semester. The liaison also plans and 
sponsors fund-raising events (such as bake sales, vendors, and 
contests) and open houses. This year the liaison conducted two major 
events. Prior to registration in November, the liaison sponsored an open 
house, inviting all students to come and meet the Communications 
faculty and discuss the courses being offered for the spring semester. 
Also planned this year by the liaison was a Career Night with 
professionals from the various communications fields. 

Beyond these formal functions, the liaison offers Communications 
majors the chance to get to know peers - and future co-workers - and 
socialize with them. Students can plan activities to bring the 
department together beyond the traditional classroom interaction. It 
should also serve to keep the department connected with activities 
happening throughout the school. 

Meetings are open to all students and are held bi-weekly. Officers for 
the liaison are elected each spring. 

Maria Lauria 



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COMMUTER ORGANIZATION 




Left to right: Betsy Peabody (Secretary and first semester Treasurer), Christa Trigilio 
(Sophomore Representative), Leslie Wilker (Senior Representative), Alys Nawawi 
(President), Debra MacNeil (Vice President), Riham Rizk (Freshman Representative), 
Sandra Costantini (Publicity Agent). Missing are: Megan Gondek (second semester 
Treasurer), Teresa Raso (second semester Junior Representative), Barbara Kondilus 
(Publicity Agent), and Lucy Pastore (first semester Junior Representative). 



ECONOMICS LIAISON 



The Economics Liaison serves as a function between faculty and 
students. The liaison offers programs of interest on a wide range of 
economic, political, social, and global questions and concerns. Meetings 
are held regularly and fundraisers occur throughout the semester. 

Maria Lauria 



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EDUCATION LIAISON 



The Education Liaison is an active liaison that sponsors career 
nights, speakers, and programs on teaching as a profession. The 
liaison is also in touch with schools and the community to teach and 
reach a wide audience. Bake sales and vendors are just a few of 
their fundraising techniques. 

Maria Lauria 



ENGLISH LIAISON 



The English Liaison acts as a link between the faculty and English 
concentrators. The English liaison is composed of dedicated officers 
and a small group of students. 

The liaison's functions include: sponsoring poetry and prose readings 
on campus, attending local readings and speakers in the Boston area, 
and informing the Simmons community of any events that may be 
related to drama or the theatre. The liaison also co-sponsored a 
Christmas Party in early December consisting of readings and carols. 

Maria Lauria 



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FEMINIST UNION 




Front left to right: Iris Weaver, Tracy Miklasiewicz, Carolyn Loubert, Dayna Safran, Andrea 
Malletta, Kristin Armstrong. Back left to right: Judith Fox, Kathleen McKeon, Anne Attalla, 
Allison Simmons, Daphne Felker. 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE LIAISON 



The Foreign Language Liaison serves as a link between the Foreign 
Language Department and students. They hold meetings on a regular 
basis and sponsor fundraising events such as bake sales and vendors. 
This liaison offers programs and lectures that reflect the diversity of a 
language and its country. 

Maria Lauria 



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HISTORY LIAISON 



The History Liaison is newly formed and provides students with an 
interest in history an opportunity to explore Boston's diverse and rich 
culture and historic background. The liaison also holds regular meetings 
and fundraisers to sponsor these outings. 

Maria Lauria 



MANAGEMENT LIAISON 



The Management Liaison is comprised of dedicated officers and 
students. Functions of the liaison include summarizing course 
evaluations, and sponsoring programs and lectures of interest to the 
entire Simmons community, as well as holding fundraisers in order to 
generate money for their events. 

Maria Lauria 



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MATH LIAISON 



The Math Liaison meets regularly and functions as a way for faculty 
and students to interact. Bake sales, vendors, and fundraising efforts 
are sponsored each semester, including several speakers on innovative 
ideas in math. Schools such as Northeastern and MIT often sponsor 
programs in conjunction with Simmons. 

Maria Lauria 



NUTRITION LIAISON 




Front left to right: Melina Magee (President), Susan Bergoudian (Vice President), Lopa 
Shah (Treasurer), Jima Deyab, Becky Ryan, (Secretary), Margery Gahn (Faculty Adviser). 
Back left to right: Gail Christine, Heather Cowap, Ellen Kamentsky, Jodi Raifstanqer 
Heather Bell. 



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PHILOSOPHY LIAISON 



The Philosophy Liaison is a well-organized and publicized liaison that 
offers many programs for thought and reflection on important issues. 
Each semester, the liaison sponsors "Semester Chats" in which faculty 
members from various departments speak on current and controversial 
topics to the Simmons community. These "chats" are usually "brown 
bag lunches" that are held in the library or Special Functions Room. 
Glen Hughes (Faculty Adviser), Marcie Lang (President), Carolyn 
Maibor (Vice President), Nadia Tatino (Treasurer), Beth Eisenberg 
(Secretary). 

Maria Lauria 



POLITICAL SCIENCES LIAISON 



The Political Science Liaison provides students with information 
concerning speakers, lectures, and programs of political importance at 
home and abroad. The liaison also keeps in close contact with the 
faculty about decisions concerning evaluations, course offerings, and 
office happenings. Fund raisers are also sponsored. 

Maria Lauria 



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PSYCHOLOGY LIAISON 



The Psychology Liaison offers discussions on subjects of interest to 
students and faculty concerning topics such as disorders to different 
patterns of behavior. These discussions occur during the semester and 
are sponsored with money raised from vendors and bake sales. The 
liaison sponsors speakers from other colleges and organizations in the 
area. 

Maria Lauria 



RETAIL LIAISON 



The Retail Liaison keeps students informed of happenings in the retail 
and fashion world. The liaison is in close contact with the faculty 
concerning internships, opportunities, and changes. 

The big event sponsored by the liaison is the fashion show sponsored 
with other schools and stores around Boston (such as Filene's and 
Jordan's). Simmons has also held its own fashion show in Alumnae Hall 
in the past. 

Maria Lauria 



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SIDELINES 




Sidelines is the college literary magazine that is run by students and receives its 
submissions from students and faculty. Published twice a year, the magazine features 
short stories, poems, and photography. "It's extremely creative and never dull," says the 
editor. Editor: Lynne Waring, Photo Editor: Maryam Kermaty, Treasurer: Lynne Sarantis, 
Poetry and Prose Editors: Alicia Potter, Niki O'Connell, Publicity Coordinator: Elizabeth 
Cobb. 



THE SIMMONS NEWS 



The Simmons News is the student-run newspaper of Simmons 
College. The News is published each Thursday and distributed tree of 
charge to the Simmons community. The paper serves as a forum for 
ideas, comments, and reports. Editor-in-chief: Susan Keddy, News 
Editors: DeeDee Plate, Kim Pressman, Features Editor: Tamara Russell, 
Sports Editor: Dawn Elwood, Photography Editor: Elizabeth Chabot, 
Business Manager: Tracey Rylander, Copy Editors: Christian Pope, Lisa 
Woolfork, Adversiting Managers: Spencer Rylander, Lynn Dignam, 
Design/Production Managers: Sharon Bilman, Elizabeth Cobb, Editorial 
Editor: Heather Forbes, Advertising Assistant: Shelley Wexler. 



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SIMMONS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





SOCIOLOGY LIAISON 



The Sociology Liaison serves as a link between the faculty and 
community happenings. The liaison offers benefitial drives such as 
clothing and food drives that help people in need. These "programs" 
are benefitial to the whole community and receive an excellent 
response from the Simmons community. They also hold regular 
meetings and fundraisers. 



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SPARE 




Students Protecting Animal Rights and Ethics: (front row) Catherine McMahon, Lisa 
Gindick, Jodi Wood, Kristen O'Brien, (back row) Jenifer Clary, Keri Roachford, Marci 
Baer, Kit VanWagner 



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Editor-in-chief: Karina Bertsch, Business Manager: Debra Saltz, Sports 
Editor: Vanessa van Aalst, Photography Editor: AhnDao Kolby, Staft 
Writers and Photographers: Linda Neiberg, Maria Lauria 



NURSING LIAISON 



President: Pam Duncan, Vice President: Tracy Shaffer, Secretary: Ann 
Kennedy, Treasurer: Maribeth Santanello. 



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Quadside Cafe, and Bartol Hall 
are all memories that will not 
soon be forgotten by anyone 
who lives or has lived in a dorm 
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Every year, each Simmons dorm sponsors a 
man to compete in the Mr. Simmons Contest. 
Each dorm chooses a man whom they believe 
best fits the role of a Mr. Simmons. 
Contestants are judged on talent and personal 
appearance (among other things). On these 
and the next pages you will find scenes 
captured on film from the Mr. Simmons Contest 
'90. 




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On these pages, one catches a 
glimpse ot the sights witnessed by our 
photographer at the Mr. Simmons 
contest. As you can see, there was a 
fair amount of musical talent displayed 
alongside talents in social discourse 
and dancing. Fashion tastes were 
displayed in a fine manner. 




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Finally, the results were in 
Who should come out with 
the title of Mr. Simmons but 
this Navy man. A proud 
gentleman nowadays, we're 
sure. 



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Anyone who is a part of Simmons 
will be able to identify with at least 
one of these pictures. Dorm parties, 
Quadside Cafe, and good friends. 



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A student at Simmons has a 
wide variety of events she can 
enjoy. There are weekends set 
aside during the year which are 
geared toward furthering parents' 
and students' relationship with 
each other. Not only is there 
Parents Weekend, but there is 
also Mother/ Daughter Weekend 
and Father/ Daughter Weekend. 
Events such as cocktail parties, 
dinners, and dances occur, 



during which much fun is had by 
all. There are also lectures given 
by members of the Simmons 
community and the community 
around Simmons. Areas of 
special interest and current 
topics are discussed. Spring 
Spree, Orientation Week, Senior 
Week, a Valentines Day Ball, and 
Commencement Ball are just 
some of the highlights of a year 
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of Eastern Europe. East Germany opened the 
Berlin Wall to the West which signalled the 
beginning of the end of the most recognizable 
symbol of the Iron Curtain. By July of 1990, both 
East and West Germany hope to have completed 
the unification of their economies, thus bringing 
back into existence one Germany. 

The toppling of the Berlin Wall has become 
symbolic of the events that are liberating people 
from the clutches of tyranny across Poland, 
Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Romania. 
The Baltic Republics of Latvia, Lithuania, and 
Estonia are pushing to regain their own 
independence, seized illegally by the Soviet 
Union during the Second World War. That these 
demonstrations and talks are even taking place, 
though, symbolizes the presence of openness 
and, even moreso, the Soviets' own 
disillussionment with their system. 

As we move through 1990, the term "Eastern 
Bloc" has become almost obsolete. In February, 
surprisingly, but also not surprisingly, the Soviet 
leaders voted to relinquish the Communist 
Party's monopoly on power, thus abolishing one 
of the basic principles of their ideology. 

Sadly, one of the great dissident leaders, 
Andrei Sakarov, died this spring. He had, 
however, been granted his freedom from internal 
exile by the Soviet government, which serves as 
one of the strongest signs to date of the 
continuing changes inside the Soviet Union. 

New governments struggle to establish 
themselves, demonstrations continue, and bread 
ines grow longer, indicating that the changes 
have really only just begun and that, in some 
cases, things will grow worse before becoming 
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an audience of 200 people on Wednesday, 
October 25, that he blamed the senior 
military and political leadership for 
worsening the tragedy in Vietnam. 



Truman he talked about each president's 
handling of the war in Vietnam. 

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still fervently discussed and debated. 

While books are written, movies released, and lectures given, 
intelligence sources from Thailand are relaying information that 
implies that noncommunist Cambodian resistence troops are 
receiving training from US advisers. Even though the US is neither 
directly nor officially supplying Cambodian guerrillas with weapons, 
their presence is still said to be there. 



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WASHINGTON - Activated by 
the Supreme Court's retrenchment 
on abortion rights, tens of thousands 
of demonstrators rallied in the cap- 
ital and across the country yesterday 
to challenge politicians who would 
restrict the legal right of women to 
terminate unwanted pregnancies. 

Candle-bearing proponents of 
abortion rights greeted the sun 
when it rose in Kennebunkpori, 
Maine, aad when it set in San Fran- 
cisco. In the time between, the newly 
pohtjcfeed and protest veterans alike 
marched in Austin. Tmam, rallied in 
Oklahoma City and prayed at church 
services in Old Hickory, Tenn. 



At more than 1,000 events in 
more than 150 communities, speak- 
ers exhorted women to use their 
votes to render moot the Supreme 
Court's derision last July to return 
greater authority to regulate abor- 
tion to state lawmakers. 

In Boston, members of Planned 
Parenthood, along with state Sen. 
William Golden, a Weymouth Demo- 
crat, held a petition drive in Copley 
Square to gain signatures for a 1992 
Massachusetts ballot protecting &e 
states abortion laws. 

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are gathering in the nation's capital 
speaking in a single and dear voice 
for the prochoiee movement," Gold- 
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Politicians are being scrutinized and 
questioned as to which side of the 
abortion issue they have voted and claim 
to stand on. The 1990 election year is 
going to be a decisive one for the future of 
safe, legal abortions and thus for the 
futures of women in all parts of the 
country. Indeed, the year 1989-1990 has 
been headlined with women's issues. In 
Canada last fall, a man opened a fire on a 
classroom of engineering students, aiming 
his gun and hatred at the female students. 
He is reported as having said that feminists 
were responsible for ruining his life. After 
leaving more than a dozen women dead, 
he killed himself as well. 

The future of women's colleges, 
including our own Simmons, has also 
become a hotly debated topic. This was 
prompted by the administrations 
announcement this spring at Mills College 
that it would be going co-ed, beginning 
this fall. The tremendous outcry against 
this decision, though, prompted the 
administration to temporarily retreat from 
admitting men, allowing instead for a 
period of five years to pass, during which 
time admissions must show high enough 
increase to allow the college to remain a 
single-sex institution. 

For the time-being, Simmons is going to 
remain committed to educating only 
women (on the undergraduate level) but 
this is only an assurance for the immediate 
future. With declining enrollment 
nationwide, all women's colleges face the 



possibility of going co-ed. Students, faculty, and alumnae must now work even 
harder to underscore the benefits of a women's education, thereby retaining the 
support of administrators and Board members and, most importantly, of 
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This year, Parents Weekend was an 
enjoyable success. Following a 
performance of Vivaldi's "Gloria," 
parents and their daughters enjoyed a 
fine reception in the Fens with 
chocolate-covered strawberries and 
champagne, amongst other delicious 
items. A dinner cruise in the Boston 
Harbor included entertainment by 
talented waiters and waitresses. 





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MOTHER/DAUGHTER 



The Chart House was the gathering 
place for Simmons students and their 
mothers this year on Mother/Daughter 
Weekend. A scrumptous dinner and 
desert was served while various 
speakers provided insights and 
thoughts about mothers and daughters 
This was an event not to be forgotten 
by all present. 



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KWANZAA 




Kwanzaa, a celebration of African 
heritage, was celebrated this year by 
the Black Student Organization. 
Kwanzaa originated in 1966 by M. Ron 
Karenga, a Los Angeles-based black 
activist. Besides celebrating African 
heritage, the event strives to encourage 
unity, self-determination, and 
cooperation in the black community. A 
fine meal known as Karamu was 
served. 




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The Valentine's Ball offered a good 
time for all. Amid a beautiful setting, 
couples danced to a live band and 
enjoyed a sumptuous meal. The best 
gowns and suits were worn and good 
times were had by all. This event is 
surely never going to be forgotten by 
anyone who participated. 




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SENIOR /FACULTY TOAST 




Each year, the faculty and seniors 
gather in the Trustman Art Gallery to 
enjoy food, drinks, and conversation. 
This is a special time for the senior 
class to thank the faculty for all their 
devotion. Faculty members are able to 
talk to seniors one-on-one in an 
intimate setting, offering advice and 
best wishes. 



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GRADUATION 




Graduation Day! Finally! Not even the foul weather could damper our spirits! 
We had waited much too long for this day to arrive. Our guest speaker was 
Cathleen Black, the force behind USA Today. Lisa LaPointe, graduating Social 
Work student, and Jennifer Lahue, now a graduate with a B.A., both delivered 
heart-warming speeches. Due to the happenings at Mill College at the time of 
graduation, the class of '90 wore yellow armbands to show their support for the 
women of Mills College and opposing the school's decison to admit men. Blue 
ribbons were worn in memory of our beloved classmate, Nina Alexa Pansuk. 



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her address at graduation. Right: Lisa 
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SENIOR FACULTY 
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This year's Senior Faculty Banquet 
was chaired by Hillary Kerr and Amy 
Fontanella. What a grand job these 
women did! The food was delicious, the 
company was inspirational, and the ice 
sculptures were as lovely as ever. Along 
with the presentations of the All College 
Awards and Departmental Awards, the 
Senior Class gift was presented in the 
memory of our beloved classmate, Nina 
Pansuk. The Class Officers were 
announced and one distinguished 
graduate Sue Sadow, '17, was present. 
Sadow delivered a heart-warming 
speech about her life's work and 
presented the first Sue Sadow 
Scholarship to Kathleen Bouffard. 

Left: Management Associate Professor Jeanne 
Liedtka. Right: Hillary and Amy. Below, right: The 
cast of Table #32. Below, left: Sherri Font and 
Shamika Rashid. 





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Popular music has provided its share 
of excitement this past year. So much 
so that one full-page spread isn't 
enough to do it justice. Reunions 
played a big role in music. The Rolling 
Stones released and toured in support 
of their album, "Steel Wheels." The 
Who also reunited for a memorable 
tour. 

Dance music was the rage of the 
year. Who knows how long it will last? 
At the rate it's going, it won't die 
young. The headlining artists in this 
category consisted of New Kids On The 
Block ("Hangin' Tough"), Milli Vannilli 
("Girl You Know It's True"), Neneh 
Cherry ("Buffalo Stance"), Bobby 
Brown ("Ghostbusters"), Taylor Dayne 
("Don't Rush Me"), Janet Jackson 
("Rhythm Nation"), Expose, and of 
course, Madonna. 

The Parents Music Resource Center, 
led by Tipper Gore, continued its fight 
against offensive lyrics in popular 
music. Many albums now wear warning 








stickers. A lot of artists have voiced 
their objection to this action on talk 
shows, radio, literature, and even on 
albums. This is an ongoing battle since 
music is such an integral part of our 
society. 

Artists who toured and/or released 
albums this past year include: Rick 
Astley, Martika, Michelle Shocked, 
Phranc, Don Cherry, Harry Connick Jr., 
Rickie Lee Jones, Lenny Kravitz, The 
Sugarcubes, Peter Murphy, and Janet 
Jackson. 




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WHO WOULD HAVE BELIEVED . . . 
WHO COULD HAVE IMAGINED ? ? ? 

RESIDENT ADVISOR 

"SUZIE SIMMONS" (X2) 

OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE 

TRAVELI SCHOLARSHIP 
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PRESIDENT, 
STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

DEAN'S LIST 

ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP 
GRADUATE SCHOOL 

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WAY TO GO JODI! 

Love, 
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Great Job! 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Kathy, Tim, 

Sean, Jay and Meg 


Congratulations LARA 

Good Health and Happiness 

in all that you do. 




Gretchen, 

We are both tremendously proud of your 

achievements and wish you continued 

happiness and success in your 

professional and personal life. 

Our love always, 

Mom and Dad 


Dear Tami, 

We are all very proud of 

you and love you very 

much. 

Mommy, Daddy, 

Vicky and Wendy 


Congratulations on another beginning! 
Love, Mom and Dad and Martha 


Congratulations Caryn! 

You're #1 in our book. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Jonathan, David and 

"Hero" 



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Michel: 

We are so very proud of you. 

Our best wishes, and great success. 

Love, Mommy, Pappa and Sharon 


Congratulations To The Class of 1990 

Best wishes as you explore new 

opportunities. 

The Minnesota Simmons Club 


Chris, 

Congratulations and best of luck 

in the future! We're so very proud! 

Love, 
Steve, Mom and Dad, Snickjo 


Susan, 
We are very proud of you! 

Love you! 
Mom, Dad, Steven, Mike 


Congratulations 

Sandra!! 

Love, 

Jack and Mom 


To Kelly Kern, 

You light up our lives with 

pride and joy. Congratulations! 

We're all very proud of you 

and your accomplishments. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Jason 



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Congratulations Stacey 
We Love You! 
Mom and Dad 




With love, 

Daddy, Mother 

and Jane 



Ellen, 

You are awesome. 

You're the best thing that ever 

happened to me! 

'The Woman" 



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Hi Lopa, 

You made it with pride, hard work, motivations. 
We are proud of you, love you. With best 
wishes from: 

Teju-Narendra-Neepa, Roopa, Mihir Faiba, 
Kaka-Kaki, Mamas, Ba-Dada, Harish Mama & 
Family, Dr. Ashok Mehta, Mona-Samir, Dr. 
Sudeep sarkar, Dr. Damle, Dr. Anil D'Cruz, Dr. 
V. Gopalan. Hema, Mona, Neha, Alika. 

& 
Staff of International Resources, 

Cooking Art Division 

Manufacturer of INDIAN SPICE BLENDS. 

Call or write for catalogue to: 

P.O. Box 529, Lexington, MA 02173 
617-861-7026 





We love you Tootsie! 
Mom and Dad 

Miss Lilly 
John and Paul 




Congratulations to the class of 

1990 

with all our best wishes- 

Westchester County Alumnae 

Club 



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Congratulations Brenda!! 

Love: Mum & Andy Heather & Scott 

Nana Fred & Donna 

Gretchen Sasha & Woodstock 



Jean Garmkhael 




(508)699-4126 



Microcomputer Training 
and Consulting 



P.O. Box 1782 
Plainville. MA 02762 



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Mechanical Contractors 

486 Albany Street 
Boston, Mass. 02118 



James P. Kennedy 
(617)536-9674 
Fax: (617) 482-4663 




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Our Very Best Wishes 

For Your Personal 

and Professional Success 

Class of '90 

We Look Forward to 

Publishing All Your Triumphs 

in Class Notes! 



THE SIMMONS REVIEW 



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for being so supportive 

You are wonderful! 

I love you, 
Chup 



Congratulations 
Seniors! 

for Hfe time contact 

CQjffiose S&ifris - 6/72373946 
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The North Shore Simmons College Club 
welcomes all Alumna living in the North 
Shore area to join us in maintaining contact 
with the college and other Simmons grads. 
We are proud to support an annual 
scholarship fund. 



Michel: 

We are so very proud of you. 

Our best wishes, and great 

success. 

Love, Mommy, Pappa and 

Sharon 




Congratulations Liz!!! 

You did it again!!! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



Our pride for your personal accomplishments 

is immeasurable. 

We wish you the moon! 

We love you. 

Love Always, 

Mom, Dad and Todd 



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TECH RESEARCH GROUP, Inc. 



2377 Pawtucket Avenue, East Providence, Rl 02914 



CONGRATULATIONS SUZY 

ON YOUR 

GRADUATION 

FROM 

SIMMONS COLLEGE 



ALFRED O. BERTSCH, VICE PRESIDENT, TRG,Inc. 

ENGINEERING SERVICES TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS 



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Congratulations class of 

1990 

We are proud of you, 

Jennifer 

Love, Mom, Dad and Jamie 



Clothes Care 
Unlimited 

1 9 Mechanic St. 236-3332 

7:30 am - 8:30 pm 



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£aundromat 

96 Washington St. 236-3339 
6 am - JO pm 




Attendant on Duty 

Drop-off Dry cleaning 

Shirt Service 

Drop-off Laundry 

Boat Orders Welcome 



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Noel R. Diaz 

Mr. and Mrs. Stacy T Satterthwaite, Jr. 

Jack and Lynn Bilman 

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford B. Atwood 

John and Joanne Spohler 

Joseph and Martha Hiebel 

Edward and Lynn Hidek 

Mr. and Mrs. James McGrath 

George and Susanne Voulgaris 

Robert and Marcia Pessin 

Leyland and Susan Cobb 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Waring 

Mr. and Mrs. Arlen D. Nicowitz 



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Congratulations And Good Luck 

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Class Of 1990 

STEPHEN AND LYNDA SALTZ 



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DIRECTORY 



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Jennifer Adler 

79 Banksville Road 

Armonk, NY 10504 

Yvonne Alers 

41 Hancock Street 

Lawrence, MA 01841 

Ann Marie Alibrandi 
27 Adams Street 
Foxboro, MA 02035 

Carol Jean Anderson 
4 Tiffany Lane 
Andover, MA 01810 

Viviana Andreottola 
45 Clearwater Road 
Chestnut Hill, MA 02167 

Lisamarie Arieti 

58 Westland Avenue Apt. 3 

Boston, MA 02115 

Nancy Arnstrong 
P.O. Box 806 
Pepperell, MA 01463 

Dana Lynn Askelson 
19 Matson Ridge 
Old Lyme, CT 06371 



Elizabeth Atwood 
48 Simmons Avenue 
Belmont, MA 02178 

Rebecca Avery 
80 Hillside Street 
Boston, MA 02120 



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Marlys Backman 
58 Old Colonly Lane 
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 

Nancy Bagley 

45 Irving Street Apt. 6 

Boston, MA 02114 

Danielle Balest 
466 Dailey Drive 
Franklin, MA 02038 

Danielle Becker 
26 Madison Terrace 
Short Hills, NJ 07078 

Dorothy Bell 

17 Morton Street 

Newton Center, MA 02159 

Heather Bell 
9 Dexter Lane 
Newburyport, MA 01950 



Christina Belsanti 
36 Kingston Road 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Jill Bennett 

4 Peppercorn Lane 

Andover, MA 01810 

Roberta Benvenuti 
VIA Arnolfo G/A 
50121 Florence, Italy 

Mary Benyo 
R.R. #2, Box 351 
Sherman, CT 06784 

Denise Berlane 
181 Holden Street 
Worcester, MA 01606 

Deborah Berowitz 

12 Oxford Road 

North Caldwell, NJ 07006 

Karina Bertsch 

488 New Meadow Road 

Barrington, Rl 02806 

Nadine Beshere 
16 Pinewood Road 
Canton, MA 02021 

Apryl Besson 
530 County Road 
Barrington, Rl 02806 

Janet Bienkowski 
170 Laurel Street 
South Windsor, CT 06074 

Sharon Bilman 
949 Summit Avenue 
Westfield, NJ 07090 



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Doreen Bingham 
330 Pleasant Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 

Ellen Mary Binnenkade 
25 North Maple Street 
Enfield, CT 06082 

Lisa Birknes 

Birchfield Farm 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Robin Blakelock 
16 Hammond Road 
Belmont, MA 02178 

Kathleen Bouffard 
19 Farnum Street 
Pawtucket, Rl 02861 

Ann Bouthilette 
455 Florence Road 
Northampton, MA 01060 

Esther Bradbury 

42 Buena Vista Avenue 

Salem, MA 01970 

Allison Bradley 

306 Columbus Avenue Apt. 4 

Boston, MA 02117 

Nancy Brayman 
3 Sylvan Lane 
Kennebunk, ME 04043 

Joanne Brrana 

Box 3 

Waquoit, MA 02536 



Christine Brown 
22 Edgewater Road 
Falmouth, MA 04105 

Jennifer Brown 

34 Madfield Street Apt. B1 

Boston, MA 02215 

Joann Brown 

17 Schooner Ridge 

Marblehead, MA 01945 

Susan Brown 
1 1 1 Leavitt Street 
Hingham, MA 02043 

Debbie Bullock 
R.F.D. #3 
Brattleboro, VT 05301 

Karin Burgher 

307 Old Sleepy Hollow Road 

Pleasantville, NY 10570 

Linda Burgos 

123 Neponset Avenue Apt. 2 

Dorchester, MA 02122 



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Sara Lloyd Brooks 
UNICEF P.O. Box 2- 
Bangkok 10200 



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Kellie Cardone 

45 Arrowhead Lane Box 336 

Bethlehem, CT 06751 

Kathryn Carmichael 
P.O. Box 1782 
Plainville, MA 02762 

Adrienne Carney 

1217 Great Plain Avenue 

Needham, MA 02192 



Maura Casey 

78 Commonwealth Avenue 

Boston, MA 02116 

Gilma Castro 

255 Brookline Avenue 

Boston, MA 02215 

Elizabeth Chabot 
120 Scamman Street 
South Portland, ME 04106 

Carolyn Christo 
23 Hickory Drive 
Worcester, MA 01609 

Paige Churchill 
P.O. Box 500 
Dennis, MA 

Lisa Marie Cianciolo 
7 Jeffrey Road 
Arlington, MA 02174 

Eliza Cipolloni 
4 Curtis Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 

Andrea Cirie 

15 Highland Street 

Guilford, CT 06437 

Genevieve Clarke 

2500 Northeast 37th Drive 

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 

Margaret Claunch 
20 West Wood Road 
Lincoln, Rl 02865 

Courtney Clay 
1230 Staunton Road 
Charleston, WV 25314 



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Michelle Cloutier 
21 Brandy Street 
Bolton, CT 06043 

Elizabeth Cobb 

7855 Eagles Flight Lane 

Fort Meyers, FL 33912 

Laura Cochrane 
256 Central Street 
Foxboro, MA 02035 

Christine Colistra 

P.O. Box 1571 

North Eastham, MA 02651 

Christina Collins 

1169 Bumps River Road 

Centerville, MA 02632 

Jill Cook 

146 Powerville Road 

Boonton Township, NJ 07005 

Roberta Cook 

7 Stonehill Drive Apt. 1D 

Stoneham, MA 02180 

Michelle Cooper 
79 Beachmont Road 
Bristol, Rl 02809 

Carolyn Coz 

10 South Street Apt. 282 

Grafton, MA 01519 

Norma Cronin 

20 University Court 

Amherst, NY 14226 

Caroline Cunningham 
4 O'Hare Drive " 
Lagrangeville, NY 12540 



Stephanie Cunningham 
1465 Highland Street 
Holliston, MA 01746 

Jennifer Curley 
189 Richard Road 
Braintree, MA 02184 



Jennifer Curtis 
P.O. Box 342 
West Southport, 



ME 04576 



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Laurie Daigneault 
27 Hunters Trail 
Sandwich, MA 02563 

Ingrid Daniel 

78-B Mars Hill Box 3136 

Frdkstd St. Croix, VI 00840 

Brenda Daoust 

4 Whip-O-Will Lane 
Milford, MA 01757 

Dionne Davis 

P.O. Box 1912 

St. Thomas, VI 00801 

Sarah Davis 

5 Davis Ledge Road 
Sterling Junction, MA 01565 

Marri Day 

841 Vaughan Road 

Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48013 

Kathleen Dee 

58 Queensberry Street Apt. 19 

Boston, MA 02115 



Jean Delbuouno 
523 Lamoka Avenue 
Staten Island, NY 10312 

Laura Dempsey 

603 Bennettwood Court 

Cincinnati, OH 45230 

Angela Deni 

1 18 Longwood Drive 

Chicopee, MA 01020 

Judith Descovitch 

5 Ellen Court 

Glen Head, NY 11545 

Ann Devlin 

18 Harding Avenue 

Falmouth, ME 04105 

Isabella DiBartolomeo 
93 Harnden Avenue 
Watertown, MA 02172 

Jeannine DiGiacomo 
1109 Boylston Street 
Boston, MA 02115 

Catherine Doncaster 
264 Furnace Brook Park 
Quincy, MA 02169 

Jane Donegan 
9 Ox Yoke Drive 
Simsbury, CT 06070 

Ellen Donoghue 
57 Charter Road 
Boston, MA 02113 

Eileen Donohue 
17 Wolcott Road 
Woburn, MA 01081 



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Kristin Donovan 
18 Atherton Road 
Foxboro, MA 02035 

Lois Duke 

67 Ridgefield Road 

Wilton, CT 06897 

Pamela Duncan 
3 Hesperus Circle 
Magnolia, MA 01930 

Lark Dunham 

186 Glenwood Road 

Wheeling, WV 26003 

Elizabeth Dunleavy 

169 Long Neck Point Road 

Darien, CT 06820 

Ellen Dwyer 

10 Uncle Freeman Road 

West Dennis, MA 02670 

Joanne Dzengielewski 
207 Church Street 
Milton, MA 02186 



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Tammy Eddy 
R.F.D. 1 Box 251 
Wallingford, VT 05773 

Dawn Edwards 
46 Riverview Drive 
Guilford, CT 06437 

Karen Eickemeyer 
922 Gradview Avenue 
Westfield, NJ 07090 



Catherine English 
30 Fort Sumter Drive 
Holden, MA 01520 

Lauren Erdman 
9 Sycamore Road 
Scituate, MA 02066 

Denise Eschenbach 
210 Haverhill Road 
Topsfield, MA 01983 

Edythe Evans 

12R Resevoir Street 

Brockton, MA 02401 



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Elena Falcone 

845 Scituate Avenue 

Cranston, Rl 02920 

Ellen Feen 

178 Tuckerman Road 

Ashburnham, MA 01430 

Elizabeth Ferris 
30 Dickens Street 
Nashua, NH 03062 

Tracey Ferry 

140 Carolyn Road 

South Weymouth, MA 02190 

Theresa Finta 

41 Brookwood Drive 

Branford, CT 06405 

Jodi Fisher 

40 Voss Terrace 

Newton, MA 02159 



Kimberly Fisher 

30 Scotchdam Road 

Easton, MA 02375 

Pamela Fisher 

17 Westwood Drive #1 

Hampstead, NH 03841 

Sherry Font 

671 Westchester Avenue 

Bronx, NY 10455 

Amy Fontanella 
174 Curtis Street 
Meriden, CT 06450 

Heather Forbes 
43 Locust Street 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Tanya Fraioli 

4006 Hunts Point Road 

Bellevue, WA 98004 

Caryn Francese 
80 Colt Road 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Julianna Francis 

54 Forest Street #210 

Medford, MA 02155 

Kristin Francis 
27 Churchill Road 
Marblehead, MA 01945 

Sandra Frisiello 
365 Vernon Street 
Wakefield, MA 01880 



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Colleen Garvey 

375 Walker Brook Road 

New Milford, CT 06776 



Linnea Hagberg 

1126 Boylston Street #700 

Boston, MA 02215 



Leah Mines 

7 Wainwright Road Unit 62 

Winchester, MA 01890 



Diamantoula Giogas 
1 1 Sexton Street 
Watertown, MA 02172 

Laura Girardin 
42 Hervey Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 

Jodi Goldman 

801 West End Avenue 2B 

New York, NY 10025 

Dianne Gove 

RR #2 43 Canal Road 

Orleans, MA 02563 

Brenda Grant 

241 Perkins Street D503 

Boston, MA 02130 

Molly Graver 
5629 Cherlyn Drive 
New Orleans, LA 70124 

Susan Guccione 
1 1 Beverly Hill Road 
Canton, MA 02021 

Susan Gulick 

9 Pierway Landing 

Westport, CT 06880 

Karola Guzman de Rojas 
Casilla 5838 
La Paz, Bolivia 



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Frances Hahn 
515 Old Town Way 
Hanover, MA 02339 

Kathryn Haley 
3817 Lakeview Drive 
Lewiston, ID 83501 

Michelle Hall 
104 Deering Road 
Boston, MA 02126 

Julie Halpin 
54 Brook Road 
Falmouth, ME 04105 

Ann Hanlon 
18 Rose Avenue 
Marblehead, MA 01701 

Valerie Harding 
14 Whiting Road 
Framingham, MA 01701 

Sarah Hawthorne 

I Surry Circle 
Simsbury, CT 06070 

Lori Hidek 

71 Old Post Road 

Clinton, CT 06413 

Martha Hiebel 

I I Bartlett Street 
Waterville, ME 04901 

Anne-Marie Higgins 
234 Merriam Avenue 
Leominster, MA 01453 



Heidi Holmstedt 
12 Cutter Drive 
Mystic, CT 06355 

Samantha Home 
275 West 96th Street 
New York, NY 10025 

Kimberly Hubbard 
44 Virginia Road 
Concord, MA 01742 



Cecilia Ibeauchi 

26 Hammond Street #10 

Boston, MA 02120 



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Stacey Jaffe 
318 Los Cerros 
Greenbrae, CA 94904 

Afshan Jafri 
P.O. Box 311 
Cambridge, MA 02139 

Kathryn James 

29 Dorchester Road 

Rochester, NY 14610 



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Katherine Kahn 
117 Penwood Road 
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 

Beth Kaplan 
38 Clark Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 

Joy Kaplan 

7 Harwich Road 

Providence, Rl 02906 

Betsy Katcher 
2750 Fair Avenue 
Columbus, OH 43209 

Kristine Kaufmann 

37 Farm View Drive 
Madison, CT 06443 

Susan Keddy 

22 Woodhaven Drive 

Kennebunk, ME 04043 

Colleen Keegan 
600 Hill Farm Road 
Fairfield, CT 06430 

Rebecca Kellogg 

Playa Apt. 804, Ocean Park 

Santurce, PR 00907 

Sandra Kenis 

38 Sussex Street 
London SW1, England 

Ann Kennedy 

9 Governors Road 

Milton, MA 02186 



Kathleen Kennedy 
135 Wood Street 
Lexington, MA 02173 

Kelly Kern 

1261 East Johnson Avenue 

Southington, CT 06489 

Hillary Kerr 

47 Garrison Road 

Glens Falls, NY 12801 

Julie Kim 

211 Woodhaven Drive 

Hagerstown, MD 21740 

SueAnn Kim 
277 Heather Lane 
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417 

Lara Kirsh 

28 Mason Street 

Lexington, MA 02173 

Deirdre Kleinschmidt 
12 Village Circle 
Lexington, MA 02173 

Stephanie Knowles 
Pease Road, R.F.D. #2 
Meredith, NH 03253 



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Leslie Kobrin 
20 Rockhill Drive 
North Dartmouth, 



MA 02747 



Alicja Kolodnicki 
88 Omega Street 
Manchester, NH 03102 

Robin Kramer 
5838 Colhurst Street 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 



Jennifer Lahue 

120 Fort Hill Avenue 

Canandaigua, NY 14424 

Cynthia Lamoureux 
930 North Main Street 
West Hartford, CT 06117 

Marcia Lang 
Route 87, Box 91 
Lebanon, CT 06249 

Susan Larocque 
W-47 Valley Mills 
Orange, MA 01364 

Christa Larson 
59 Breezyhill Road 
South Windsor, CT 06074 

Maria Lauria 

100 Faywood Avenue 

East Boston, MA 02128 

Lori Lavargna 
30 Haddon Street 
Revere, MA 02151 

Sarah Lawler 

29 Sun Valley Drive 

Cumberland, Rl 02864 

Giselle LeBlanc 
22 John Street 
Waltham, MA 02154 

Elizabeth Lemery 
203 Ridge Street 
Glens Falls, NY 12801 



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Elissa Levine 
19 West Street 
Sharon, MA 02067 

Lisa Lewis 

573 Bridge Street 

East Bridgewater, MA 02333 

Sandra Lindstrand 
22 Collingwood Drive 
Yarmouthport, MA 02675 

Caroline Loubert 
27A Harkness Road 
Pelham, MA 01002 

Kelly Louden 

270 Ocean Avenue 

Marblehead, MA 01945 

Andrea Lukosius 
10 Donmac Drive 
Derry, NH 03038 

Marguerite Lund 
21 Franklin Street 
Milton, MA 02186 

Beverly Lynch 
21 Gayland Street 
Dorchester, MA 02125 



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Debra Macneil 
79 Beech Street 
Worcester, MA 01602 

Margaret MacNeil 
231 Elliot Avenue 
Quincy, MA 02171 

Melina Magee 

353 Warwick Avenue 

Oakland, CA 94610 

Kimberly Majkut 

103 Erin Road 

East Taunton, MA 02718 

Andrea Maletta 
85 Prescott Street 
Cambridge, MA 02138 

Anna Man 

55 Wallingford Road 

Brighton, MA 02135 

Elizabeth Manning 
245 Central Street 
South Weymouth, MA 02190 

Michelle Marken 
31 Riddle Hill Road 
Falmouth, MA 02540 

Michelle Marszalek 
20 Beach Park Road 
Clinton, CT 06413 



Hilary Martin 

Box 337 

Kennebunkport, ME 04046 

Lynne Martin 
20 Acre Avenue 
Barrington, Rl 02806 

Jodi Marvosa 
732 Warren Street 
Westfield, NJ 07090 

Lynn Mazadoorian 
401 Monroe Street 
New Britain, CT 06052 

Faith Mazer 

100 Longwood Drive 

Portland, ME 04102 

Kathleen McGrath 
330 Eastern Avenue 
Brewer, ME 04412 

Kathleen McKeon 
15 Bartletts Reach 
Amesbury, MA 01913 

Maralee Meskinis 
27 Donna Street 
Brockton, MA 02402 

Deirdre Metcalf 

139 E. 94th Street Apt. 7B 

New York, NY 10128 



Lori Maclnnes 
423 Mill Street 
Worcester, MA 01602 



Bridget Martin 
23 Barberry Lane 
Marstons Mills, MA 02648 



Cherie Miot 

80 Oldfield Drive 

Hanover, MA 02339 



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Lenora Mitchell 
West Purchase Road 
Southbury, CT 06488 

Carole Morin 

3882 Scott Swamp Road 

Farmington, CT 06032 

Julie Most 

58 Brentwood Road 

Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 

Kara Murphy 

167 Campbell Drive 

Lowell, MA 01851 

Lauri Murphy 

123-A Adams Street #1 

Waltham, MA 02154 



Patricia Ness 
4 Tobi Lane 
East Setauket, 



NY 11733 



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Gentra Naff 

131 Sport Hill Road 

East on, CT 06612 

Alys Nawawi 
7 Nimitz Circle 
Natick, MA 01760 

Sibyl Nedelka 

88 Strawberry Hill Road 

Acton, MA 01720 

Linda Neiberg 

36 Queensberry Street #6 

Boston, MA 02115 



Julie Neubauer 
29 Spring Street 
Springfield, MA 01105 

Allyson Nickowitz 
186 White Oak Road 
Fairfield, CT 06430 

Bethany Nielsen 
434 Inveraray Drive 
Villanova, PA 19085 



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Michelle O'Brien 
126 Pawson Road 
Branford, CT 06405 

Nicola O'Connell 
"Junecroft" Altwood Close 
Maidenhead, Berks SL64PP 
England 

Heather O'Leary 
390 Oakridge Avenue 
North Attleboro, MA 02760 

Sharon O'Neil 

P.O. Box 589 

30 Russell Trufant Road 

North Carver, MA 02355 

Michele OToole 
Kielwasser Road 
Washington Depot, CT 06794 



Ingrid Olson 

8807 Quiet Stream Co. 

Potomac, MD 20854 

Joan Ormon 
54 Pond Street 
Norfold, MA 02056 

Lisa Ottaviano 

27 Pawtucket Avenue 

Wethersfield, CT 06109 



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Maria Pedone 
3 Verdi Road 
Worcester, MA 01604 

Carolyn Perog 
RFD 2 Box 5465 
Union, ME 04862 

Sharon Pershes 

3 Purchase Hills Drive 

Purchase, NY 10577 

Jenifer Pessin 
30 Wingate Road 
Holliston, MA 01746 

Ranny Petersen 
2245 Wesley Avenue 
Evanston, IL 60201 

Elaine Petrasy 

634 Old Waterbury Road 

Southbury, CT 06488 



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Stacy Piccoli 
10C Pier Village 
Narragansett, Rl 02882 

Kim Piccolo 
15 Kristin Court 
Towaco, NJ 07082 

Lara Piken 

2121 N.E. 211 Street 

North Miami Beach, FL 33179 

Cynthia Platais 
1094 Bedford Road 
Carlisle, MA 01741 

Audra Plunkett 

999 Main Street 

South Windsor, CT 06074 

Mary Plunkett 

88 Woodside Avenue 

Wellesley, MA 02181 

Beth Ponsetto 
468 North Street 
Burlington, VT 05401 

Gail Power 

1874 Commonwealth Avenue #7 

Boston, MA 02135 

Charmene Prescott 
219 Fisher Avenue 
Brookline, MA 02146 

Laura Pressey 

32 Hampshire Road 

Reading, MA 01867 



Carolyn Price 
52 North Street 
Lexington, MA 02173 

Lillian Proveaux 
127 Warren Avenue 
Boston, MA 02116 

Christine Puis 
105 Fawn Lane 
Nashua, NH 03060 

Kirsten Purvis 

61 Brookline Avenue #223 

Boston, MA 02215 



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Aimee Radel 

489 Coudert Place 

Wyckoff, NJ 07481 

Shamikah Rashid 
75 Brent Street 
Boston, MA 02124 

Melissa Ratner 
105 Mews Lane 
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 

Lesley Rawlings 
RR3 Box 1527 
Kennebunkport, ME 04046 

Rebecca Redlon 
196 Beach Street 
Saco, ME 04072 



Kristine Reil 

45 Addington Circle 

East Weymouth, MA 02189 

Pamela Robertson 
828 Cape View Drive 
Fort Meyers, FL 33907 

Tami Rogove 

13 Whitewood Drive 

Roslyn, NY 11576 

Jennifer Rosol 
77 Briarcliff Road 
Longmeadow, MA 01106 

Tammy Roy 
68 Cedar Street 
Wethersfield, CT 06109 

Dorothy Rushforth 

Box 231 

Hanson, MA 02341 

Hanna Ruszczyk 
151 Overhill Avennue 
New Britain, CT 06052 

Spencer Rylander 
125 Austin Avenue 
Greenville, Rl 02828 

Tracey Rylander 
125 Austin Avenue 
Greenville, Rl 02828 



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Debra Saltz 

150 Hickory Road 

Weston, MA 02193 



Alexina Shackleford 
6160 Southwest 133 S 
Miami, FL 33156 



Mauriane Smith 

31 Chesterfield Road 

Scarsdale, NY 10583 



Elizabeth Sampson 
215 Helena Street 
Leominster, MA 01453 



Tracy Shaffer 

300 Commandant's Way #215 

Chelsea, MA 02150 



Lee Sokolov 
23 Heard Drive 
Ipswich, MA 01938 



Evangelina Sanson 
106 Vernal Street 
Everett, MA 02149 



Lopa Shah 

218 East Emerson Road 

Lexington, MA 02173 



Gailyc Sonia 

76 Brush Hill Road 

Milton, MA 02186 



Maribeth Santanello 
29 Arrowhead Lane 
Branford, CT 06405 



Caryn Shapiro 

1 106 Pipestem Place 

Rockville, MD 20854 



Monica Sorkin 

10 Howe Road 

Newton Center, MA 02159 



Barbra Sassower 
12 Split Rock Drive 
Great Neck, NY 11024 



Kelly Shea 
5 Susan Road 
Brewster, NY 10509 



Kimberly Sottak 
17 Beaujolais Drive 
Nashua, NH 03060 



Amy Satterthwaite 
154 Cherry Lane 
Doylestown, PA 18901 



Yukiko Shindo 
306 Riverway #15 
Boston, MA 02215 



Jana Spohler 
Windy Hill Farm 
Bedminster, NJ 07921 



Sheila Scannell 
9 Houghton Street 
Dorchester, MA 02122 



Deborah Showstack 

14 Brent 

Lexington, MA 02173 



Barbara Standley 
71 Burley Street 
Danvers, MA 01923 



Courtney Schick 
67 Old Nugent Farm 
Gloucester, MA 01930 



Sylvia Shumanow 
78 Pine Street 
Millbum, NJ 07041 



Linda Steele 

560 N.W. Tyler Street 

Corvallis, OR 97330 



Tracy Schwartz 

810 N. East 182nd Te. 

North Miami Beach, FL 33162 



Allison Simmons 
76 Callender Avenue 
Newport, Rl 02840 



Michele Stein 
53 Vernon Street 
Newton, MA 02158 



Katherine Scott 

267 Riverside Avenue 

Riverside, CT 06878 



Madeline Singer 
33 Soundview Drive 
Westport, CT 06880 



Rebecca Sternthal 
5658 Rutherglenn Drive 
Houston, TX 77096 



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Heidi Stoerr 

189 Saranac Avenue 

Lake Placid, NY 12946 

Monika Sturm 
P.O. Box 145 
Bantam, CT 06750 

Gretchen Suchodolski 
262 Kent Street 
Brookline, MA 02146 

Kathleen Sullivan 
58 Gooseberry Hill 
Wethersfield, CT 06109 

Karen Suwaizdis 

122 Hawthorn Avenue 

Needham, MA 02192 

Allyson Sweeney 
120 School Street 
Hamilton, MA 01982 



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Masako Takahashi 
40 St. Stephen Street 
Boston, MA 02115 

Christina Termine 
100 Grayfield Avenue 
West Roxbury, MA 02132 

Janna Theophile 
P.O. Box 1387 
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti 

Nicole Thibeault 
34 Deer Hill Lane 
Marshfield Hills, MA 02051 



Amani Thomas-Yusuf 
14 Savin Street 
Roxbury, MA 02119 

Christine Thompson 
20 Watersedge Drive 
Nashua, NH 03063 

Lisa Thompson 
6608 Cardinal Drive 
Flower Mound, TX 75028 

Rebecca Thompson 

4 Steele Road 

New Hartford, CT 06795 

Yoeun Thong 

43 Rockvale Circle 

Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Amy Thurston 

91 Middlebury Road 

Watertown, CT 06795 

Julie Trela 

7529 Bradley Blvd. 

Bethesda, MD 20817 

Kathleen Tremblay 
8 Kenmar Drive 
Billerica, MA 01821 

Wendy Tripp 

10571 Deerwood Club Road 

Jacksonville, FL 32256 

Joanne Tucker 
37 Chancery Lane 
Sanford, ME 04073 



Margo Tuttle 

2 Downingwood Drive 

Franklin, MA 02038 

Jenifer Tyrrell 

57 Gregory Street 

Marblehead, MA 01945 



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Karin Ventura 
2 Peters Road 
Newburyport, MA 01950 

Dorothea Voulgaris 
36-11 Stelton Terrace 
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 

Melissa Vultaggio 
12A Fenwick Road 
Winchester, MA 01890 



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Lynne Waring 

101 Bay Point Road 

Swansea, MA 02777 

Deborah Waugh 
357 Porter Street 
Melrose, MA 02176 

Melissa Weil 

4 Powder Horn Drive 

Simsbury, CT 06070 



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Jennifer Wellman 
30 Beechnut Circle 
Hanover, MA 02339 

Jennifer Weymouth 
93 Washington Street 
Camden, ME 04843 

Michel Wijnands 
5 Ridge Street 
Hackettstown, NJ 07840 

Susan Wilfinger 
5 Dogwood Lane 
Farmington, CT 06032 

Leslie Wilker 

Embajada de la Republica Fed. 
al de Alemania Casilla 5265 
La Paz, Bolivia 

Barbara Wilson 
33 Carl Road 
Walpole, MA 02081 



Jamie Yalla 

85 Locust Street 

Westwood, MA 02090 

Elisabeth Yarber 
27 George Street 
Holyoke, MA 01040 

Carol Yates 

107 Spring Valley Drive 

Lagrange, GA 30240 



Shushi Yoshinaga 
907 Beacon Street 
Boston, MA 02215 



Susanna Young 

3721 Rue Denise 

New Orleans, LA 70131 



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Patricia Zastowsky 
9 Damon Street 
Danvers, MA 01923 

Deana Zizza 
6 Fatima Road 
Stoneham, MA 02180 






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Susan Winter 
16 Hunter Place 
Exeter, NH 03833 

Katherine Wollensak 
12 Par Lane 
Hudson, NH 03051 

Jennifer Woolwich 
Route 133, Box 418 
Bridgewater, CT 06752 



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A cozy winter evening in Evan's Hall living room. Left to right: Hanna 
Rusyzuck, Kathy Carmichael, Lynn Dignam. 



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We are very proud 
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Simmons College. 




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LOVE 

Papi & Birgit 

Best wishes to the class of 1990 
The Hans-Allen Theophile family 






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